The Diary of a Provincial Lady


Author: E.M. Delafield

When Diary of a Provincial Lady was first published in 1930, critics on both sides of the Atlantic greeted it with enthusiasm. This charming, delightful and extremely funny book about daily life in a frugal English household was named by booksellers as the out-of-print novel most deserving of republication.,,This is a gently self-effacing, dry-witted tale of a long-suffering….Read More

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